Boulevard of Bold Dreams
February 9 – March 19, 2023 (previews 2/1 – 2/8)Read More
Mildred is inspired by TimeLine’s conscious awareness and drive to expand their storytelling: “Everyone’s perspective deserves to be heard.” A TimeLine company member since 2012, Mildred has appeared in BOULEVARD OF BOLD DREAMS, A RAISIN IN THE SUN, MY KIND OF TOWN, and IN DARFUR. She recalls what made her first experience at TimeLine so memorable:
First, the cast [of IN DARFUR] was a phenomenal group of actors to work with. We really got good at finding ways to keep ourselves emotionally lifted while working on such an emotionally taxing play. Second, was working with Nick Bowling; he brings such a strong sense of musicality to his work. He, along with [projections designer] Mike Tutaj, did an amazing job of marrying the story and the visual components together in a way that was truly compelling. And lastly, TimeLine really took care of us. It’s honestly a theatre company that values its artists.
Her work at TimeLine has been recognized with Black Theatre Alliance Award Nominations for A RAISIN IN THE SUN (2014) and MY KIND OF TOWN (2012), and a Special Recognition Black Excellence Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Play for IN DARFUR (2011). She was also a 3Arts Award Nominee for Theatre (2012).
Mildred is co-founder of a new Christian Theatre Company called Hope:31-9. Other notable credits include THE GREAT JHERI CURL DEBATE (East West Players, Los Angeles); INTIMATE APPAREL (Northlight; BTAA, Equity Jeff, and Black Excellence award nominations–Best Actress); GUNSHOT MEDLEY: PART 1 (CAB/Rogue Machine Theatre, Los Angeles; Ovation award nomination–Lead Actress); NATIVE SON (Antaeus Theatre Company/Kirk Douglas Theatre 2019 Block Party, Los Angeles); DOMESTICATED, ANIMAL FARM, VENUS, and THE CRUCIBLE (Steppenwolf); THE ROYALE (American Theater Company, BTAA winner–Best Featured Actress); LUCK OF THE IRISH (Next); A RAISIN IN THE SUN (Milwaukee Rep); and FAILURE: A LOVE STORY (Victory Gardens). Her television and film credits include GREY’S ANATOMY, BOSCH, DELILAH, CHICAGO MED, MASTERS OF SEX, MAGIC FUNHOUSE, and the indie film projects THE THREE PHASES OF ISA, UPLOAD, DIGNITY, YOUR BEAUTIFUL BABY, CONCRETE ROSE, and ANALYSIS PARALYSIS. Mildred is a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.
Mildred is a graduate of George Mason University and The School at Steppenwolf. She was raised in Alexandria, Va. and earned a B.A. degree in Theatre from George Mason University in Fairfax, Va.
Member of Actors' Equity Association